We grow greens and yummy veggies. We also make jams, relishes, pickled beets, salsa, salad dressings etc..... Come on down and visit us at Island Farm Eleuthera
Contact: (242) 332-0141 or 464-0992
How to find us
Pineapple Fields Eleuthera Resort sits on 5 acres of lushly landscaped gardens. A total of 32 condos in eight buildings are clustered around an over sized kidney-shaped pool. Each building has two upstairs and two downstairs units. There are a total of 28 one-bedroom and four two-bedroom condos. The perfect cross between a hotel room and condominium, all units are no more than a few hundred feet from one of the most spectacular beaches on Eleuthera.
Contact: (toll free) 877-677-9539 (office) 242-332-2221
Let's Go Horseback Riding On The Beach!
Winner TripAdvisor® Certificate of Excellence Award for 2015!
Edwin's Turtle Lake Marine Reserve is the first of its kind in the Bahamas. Established in 1954 by the Burrows Family, we strive to protect & celebrate the cultural history & unique environment of this 43 acre saltwater lake. We offer Kayak & Stand Up Paddle Boards for hourly, daily & weekly rentals for use on & off the lake. Turtle lake is an ideal spot to see green sea turtles, birds & the pristine & unique environment an inland blue hole.
Contact: (242) 470-6860
Are you looking for some exciting action during your vacation in the Bahamas? Well you've come to the right place!
Fishbone tours offers Eleuthera's only "ADVENTURE TOUR" plus FISHING, SNORKELING and more....
Contact: (242) 332-6524 or (242) 464-0039
Eleuthera-Map.com has numerous maps, guides and reviews of the island's points-of-interest, restaurants and a lot more. If this is your first trip to Eleuthera, you will want to visit Eleuthera Map & Guide
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Hand made gifts from local Bahamian artists.
Contact: (242) 335-5369
This 25 acre Preserve has been designed as a research centre for traditional bush medicine; a facility for the propagation of indigenous plants and trees; and an educational centre focusing on the importance of native vegetation to the biodiversity of The Bahamas.
Contact: (242) 225-7832
Directions: Heading South on Queens Highway towards Governor's Harbour turn left just before the new pink and white building (the old Kalik building). Travel up the hill and at the top make a right follow the road passing Tippy's Restaurant and you will see the Oceanview sign on the right.
We offer a touching experience for children of all ages
with fun farm animal attractions!
Kids 0 - 16 only $3
Kids 17 up $5
Contact: (242) 335-5244
Horseback Riding on the Beach!